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Trump Administration Buries Dozens Of Clean Energy Studies

“Documents obtained by InvestigateWest identify at least 46 reports from almost every program within the U.S. Energy Department’s energy efficiency and renewables office and seven national labs that have been stalled, downgraded or spiked.”

White House and Agencies Close Channels of Public Communications

The trump administration seems to be systematically making it more difficult for the public to communicate with the government.

Energy Dept. website redesigned

Check your links! The U.S. Department of Energy has redesigned its website, energy.gov:

One feature of the new site is the “Vintage DOE,” a result of “sifting through the DOE archive,” and described as “a new series on the Energy Blog that not only highlights an interesting item in DOE’s archive, but gives us an opportunity to discuss the Energy Department’s mission and current work on the same topic.” I’m not sure if that means that they are removing items from their site and featuring only selective items from their “archive” or what. Better check your links!